Message to the troops: Do not collaborate with the immigrant detention camps
With your help, we’ll spend one penny per military service member--$20,000--on a strategic outreach campaign. Our stretch goal is two cents.
This summer, what might have been the defining low point of previous administrations, was simply the outrage of the moment: A plan to have the military host massive concentration camps of upward of 200,000 immigrant detainees across the United States, as we reported to you in July.
On the Texas border at Tornillo Port of Entry, a tent city that first detained a couple hundred children a few months ago will hold nearly 4,000 kids by the end of the year.
Few people actually join the military to travel to distant lands to kill people. Fewer still join to help run concentration camps. Under both US and international law, military personnel have a moral and legal obligation to refuse to comply with any order that involves collaboration with these camps, but unfortunately few are aware of this fact.
That’s why we need your help. Together, we’re going to launch a strategically targeted communications campaign to reach service members across the country with this message:
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